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Rudbeckia ( Rudbeckia hirta ) is a biennial plant that attracts birds, butterflies, bees and other insects that can provide food for birds. Rudbeckia produces seeds that many species of birds love. Additionally, it is used in the treatment of eroded land. Also, it is incredibly winter-hardy; It can tolerate temperatures as low as (-34.4°C)!

Rudbeckia grows up to (1 m) tall, has bright yellow radial flowers (similar in appearance to daisies), which measure between (5 to 8 cm) wide, and have a dark center that is formed by small, very together, dark brown. Don't worry if your Rudbeckias don't bloom during the first year! They typically bloom during the summer and fall of the second year, after they have been planted.

What is the Rudbeckia plant like?

Rudbeckia grows up to 3 feet (1 m) tall, has bright yellow ray flowers (similar in appearance to daisies) that are 2 to 3 inches (5 to 8 cm) wide, and have a dark center that It is made up of small, closely spaced, dark brown spheres.


  • For best seed germination, plant Rudbeckia when the soil temperature is near (21°C). Sow the seeds in loose soil. ...
  • Plant Rudbeckias in a large container with moist, well-drained soil. Make sure the soil does not dry out.
  • These plants prefer to be in full sun, although they also grow in partial light.
  • Rudbeckias grow best if the soil is fertile, but can tolerate almost any type of soil.
  • Cut off the dead flowers to have a second, albeit smaller, bloom in the fall.
  • Fertilize the plants in the container once a year (in the spring).

Light and irrigation
Rudbeckia likes sunlight a lot, although it can also be in semi-shade. It grows best in temperate climates and resists light frosts. It is a plant that needs a lot of humidity, but does not tolerate waterlogging well, so it should be on moist but well-drained soil.

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